Shin Pond Quadrangle, Maine (notes by John Duane), 1957

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Abstract

The field book documents the work of John Duane with Robert Neuman at Shin Pond, Maine, June 21 - July 20, 1957. Entries are dated and list descriptions of location (landmarks, streets, distance from), terrain, descriptions of geological characteristics (color, composition, measurements) of strata, and notes relating to glacial effects. Location is near Mount Chase.

Date Range

1957

Start Date

1957

End Date

1957

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Topic

  • Geology
  • Paleontology

Place

  • United States
  • Maine
  • Shin Pond
  • Mount Chase

Form/Genre

  • Fieldbook record
  • Field notes

Accession #

SIA Acc. 16-088

Collection name

Robert B. Neuman papers, 1948 - 1999

Physical Description

1 Field book

Physical Location

Smithsonian Institution Archives

Sublocation

Box 2 Folder 2